Value Modelling: from current practice to future applications
Open University (The Netherlands)/ Ghent University, Belgium
Value models are used to represent the organizational structure in terms of what an enterprise must do (i.e. processes) and needs (i.e. capabilities and resources) to create value and deliver it to the various stakeholders. As such, the notion of value enables the alignment of the strategy with the detailed process design in an organization. This lecture gives an overview of the current value modelling methods and the context in which they are used. This entails methods as e3-value, Value Network Analysis, and the Value Delivery Modeling Language. It is also discussed how the application of ontology patterns can further increase the semantic quality of value modelling methods. Finally, a future vision on the Value Modelling field is presented, which includes a more flexible development and use of new modelling methods in private and public organizations.
Lecture at NEMO2019
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 14:00